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    Hi All,
    I've got back to the DS restoration, ive been going through boxes and bags of parts. I have a couple of parts I can't identify. All help appreciated!!

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    I see a M7 serrated washer maybe for a door catch screw? The M7 stud goes on the top of the gearbox for securing front brake pipes, the clips are for securing a rubber seal maybe for the boot seal? and a front door checkstrap piece D841-87 in the parts catalogue. hope this helps.
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    If I'm not mistaken the stud could also be for securing the inlet and outlet metal lhm pipes coming from the gear selector on a BVH vehicle.
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    I should have mentioned its a 23 carb, 5 speed manual RHD. The gearbox brake pipe stud sounds good as there isn't one on the car at the moment! The washer is a strange one as it's very deeply dished and doesn't look at all familiar. The clips being for the boot seal rings a bell, I'll double check tomorrow.

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    I identified the shelf, too: Hudson Box Floating Shelf Kit Oak 600mm x 240mm - Galaxy Stores - Shelving Units

    Could the washer go under the stud?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilverBullet View Post
    I should have mentioned its a 23 carb, 5 speed manual RHD. The gearbox brake pipe stud sounds good as there isn't one on the car at the moment! The washer is a strange one as it's very deeply dished and doesn't look at all familiar. The clips being for the boot seal rings a bell, I'll double check tomorrow.

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    The washer is in the door catch. Take a look.

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    Cheers all, very impressed with the shelf i.d. Tempted to post more pics of random household items to test Addo��
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilverBullet View Post
    Cheers all, very impressed with the shelf i.d. Tempted to post more pics of random household items to test Addo��
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